abkashaTransitional Dining Room, Paris

Pet friendly space
This is a cubby hole created in the dining room for our cat where he eats and in a separate space behind, has his litter box. We access by opening the big door on the facade.
photo credit: a+b kasha

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Julie Sheer added this to 15 Design-Friendly Places to Hide the Cat Litter BoxOct 21, 2016

Under Stairs9. Here’s a clever through-the-wall design (this photo and the next two) that keeps the litter box and food bowls out of sight behind a dining room wall. During their Paris apartment’s renovation, the architect-designers of A+B Kasha Designs discovered their new puppy was a bit too interested in the cat’s food and litter box, Alon Kasha says. So they incorporated the cat space under the staircase, building a door with a hole in it for their cat, named Pounce, to crawl through, and a perch for him to jump onto to get there.

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Suzanne and Jim Conway added this to AnimalsMar 23, 2018

Mudroom closet. Entrance to Cat box with ledge to access closet. Shelves inside.

Kaelin Smith added this to kaelinamarino's ideasSep 2, 2017

Using area under stairway as a cat room

mrs_momrat added this to mrs_momrat's ideasAug 19, 2017

Cute cat hole, watching dinner!

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